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Tramping through the wet and wild like a swift breeze.

Lace up the light, stable Vasque Women's Breeze 2.0 GTX Hiking Boot with waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex protection, and rev up your engine for high-octane exploration. Dual-density EVA construction and a molded TPU plate provide tons of efficient, weight-conscious support, strength, and torsion control for sure-footed backcountry performance.

  • Durable and proven Gore-Tex with Extended Comfort Technology provides guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection for enduring dry comfort
  • Durable 2.0mm waterproof nubuck leather and airmesh upper with molded rubber toe bumper shields and shelters foot, breathes, and protects toes
  • Arc Tempo last curves for people with higher arches; tapered toe box gives efficient but ample room; vertical toe space prevents top-of-foot pain
  • Dual-density EVA footbed provides durable support and comfort
  • Dual-density EVA and molded TPU plate midsole gives cushiony, supportive comfort and torsion control without weighing you down
  • Vasque Exclusive Vibram Contact sole delivers exceptional support and stick-like-glue grip on uneven or slick terrain
  • Reflective piping adds visibility in low light or after the sun sets

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5 5

Great Purchase

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I've been using these boots for 2 months now. I go hiking every weekend over fairly rough terrain and I have had a great experience with these boots. Very durable and provide good support. Have a thicker sole, but are still light. They did take me about to month to really break them in. Would recommend these boots for rugged terrain and long hikes.

4 5

Love these boots!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Bought for my wife: "I wear strictly minimalist shoes but needed a sturdy, rugged hiking boot that I can run through the ringer. These boots are very rugged but don't feel like I have an anvil strapped to my foot. The ankle support is just right & didn't hurt. Plus I they have decent traction. I've only hiked about 12-15 miles through slot canyons in them so far but, hope to get many more miles in this year"

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my boots lasted for 10 months but I waited...

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my boots lasted for 10 months but I waited for 3 months to go back and buy a new pair and was never told about the 1 year warentee I LOVED the boots but the soles wore out in big chunks now I am trying to decide if I should by a new pair. The shoe version lasted me for 4 years.

4 5

A little narrow

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I usually were keen targee boots but I like the idea of the goretex and a little higher ankle support on these boots.
Also my husband is a fan and owns the men's version so I thought I would try them.
They seem a little narrow compared to my keens so I used a shoe stretcher and they seem fine now.

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I had that problem too so I moved to the men's version. I love them. And the color scheme is much better. Chocolate brown with orange details.

What is the difference between the Vasque...

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What is the difference between the Vasque Breeze GTX and the XCR?

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They really didn't Change much from the Breeze XCR and the Breeze 2.0 GTX besides the name. Then they first put the Extended Comfort Range (XCR) liner in the breeze they labeled the shoe as such, but honestly most people are more used to the GTX label on a product that uses Gore-Tex technology and the XCR probably confused too many people looking for a boot with a Gore-Tex liner. So when 2.0 came out XCR was out and GTX was back. Same liner just different name.